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TC Trainspotting blogger Lisa Hoff stands at the US Bank Stadium stop of the light rail.

Lisa Hoff is the woman behind TCTrainspotting, the Facebook blog that documents life on the Twin Cities’ light rail system.

Wendy Berezovsky was outside with her three children when she realized she could not pass up a beautiful image like the one they were seeing.

We know St. Louis Park is home to some true globetrotters. If you find yourself out and about—whether you’re exploring on a Midwestern road trip or setting sail for an exotic isle—don’t forget to bring along a copy of St.

Every year we look forward to the flood of images that appear on our submission site as we launch our annual photo contest. This year was no different and we received countless beautiful photos from many talented members of our community.

In this land of 10,000 lakes, water is inescapable. It seeps into our lives little by little through our days at the beach, family picnics on the shore and cabins up north.

Last spring, photographer and St. Louis Park native Robert Whitman was asked by a family friend to donate one of his early photos of Prince to the Minneapolis College of Art and Design (MCAD) annual fundraiser.

Kim Madrid hiked down to the “Grand Canyon of Yellowstone” near the Lower Falls, North Rim, at Yellowstone National Park, with her daughter, Sofia, a third-grader at Susan Lindgren Elementary, while her husband, Martin, snapped this shot.

Thirteen-year-old Zelda spends her days watching deer in the yard and going on walks with her family. This St. Louis Park resident is a golden retriever-terrier mix who is not a trained acting dog.

Something New for the Best of St. Louis Park 2017!

Voting for our annual readers’ choice poll will take place January 1-31, 2017 here on the site and finalists will be posted online in March.

Look for the winners in the July 2017 issue of St. Louis Park Magazine!

This nondescript building, located just west of the electrical substation on Lake Street, may look like any other, but it has a story that is still shrouded by myth.

Reverend Barbara Martin (“Pastor Barb”) is the new minister for the oldest church in town—Union Congregational Church. Actually, Union Church is older than the city of St. Louis Park itself, but longevity alone doesn’t guarantee a bright future.

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Tuesday, May 21
[Education & Community], [For the Kids]
Put on your PJs and head to Wild Rumpus for a pajama party with Tracey Hecht, author of "The Nocturnals" middle grade and early readers series!
Thursday, July 11
[Benefits & Fundraisers]
Reach for Ralph is the signature fundraising event for Hammer Residences Inc. which supports individuals with disabilities.